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From grand Old Masters to significant contemporary works by Ngāi Tahu artists, a very special collection of pieces from the Dunedin Public Art Gallery are now on display for the first time as part of recently opened exhibition Huikaau – where currents meet.
Described by Billboard magazine as “one of the most exciting pop voices to emerge from New Zealand in the past five years,” this month critically acclaimed artist Em Walker brings her talent back to Ōtautahi for her first hometown performance in five years.
Alien worlds have landed at Tūhura Otago Museum, via Roswell-based (yes that Roswell) Kiwi artist Jess Johnson.
Award-winning artist and former McCahon House resident Cora-Allan Lafaiki Twiss draws on both the land – often literally – and sea in her latest work, now showing at Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
On the eve of the much-feted release of the 30th anniversary restoration of her pivotal 1993 film Bread and Roses at the New Zealand International Film Festival, 03 caught up with filmmaker Gaylene Preston to talk childhoods on the West Coast, golden years in Golden Bay and the urgent importance of saving our cinematic history.
Born in Ashburton, raised on a farm in Methven, a student at Canterbury University’s prestigious Ilam art school and a recent resident of Dunedin, Peter Robinson’s latest exhibition, Kā Kaihōpara, at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, is one of his most important to date.
South Islanders, lace up your ice skates – celebrated Cirque du Soleil production CRYSTAL, a spectacular of acrobatics on ice, touches down in Christchurch this month.
The 150-year-old Canterbury Museum gets an unexpected and very modern makeover this month as urban art takeover SHIFT descends on the historic site, armed with spray cans.
Christchurch-based florist Alexandra Valle of The Flower Press shares some trade secrets to try at home.
Reflecting on the disruptive and traumatic changes that have affected Ōtautahi Christchurch over the last decade, Wendelien Bakker’s public installation for SCAPE 22/23 utilises a material that was once ubiquitous to the city.
Moving house is no easy task, so imagine packing up a museum. Canterbury Museum staff members are starting that process, setting up to move 2.3 million historical treasures to allow for a major museum redevelopment. 
London-based Kiwi jeweller Hannah Upritchard on the charm of sentimentality, transforming beach pebbles into wearable things of beauty and accidentally spending the last two years in Ōtautahi.
Read our interview with preeminent writer, Fiona Kidman, in which she talks about her life now, her latest book and the time she's spent in the south.
Queen of kitsch Judy Darragh on her latest Ōtautahi exhibition, the magic of op shops and returning to her hometown.
You go into Henry Trading for the beautiful aesthetic and stay for the friendly service. You're drawn back because Maree Henry's got a local, ethically sourced gift for you.
Style chatted with interior designer, Michelle Laming about her picks for autumn (and winter), where she gets her inspiration from and what it's like designing spaces.
Award-winning Queenstown-based hair and makeup artist Noriko Watanabe on her 35-year career in film and tv, including working on Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog, shot on location in the South Island.
From illustrating for Ballantynes to a decade by the beach in Sumner – Style takes a look at celebrated artist Rita Angus’ time spent, and art created, in the South Island.
The preeminent visual artist Derek Henderson travels widely shooting his signature photos. Here's his top southern spots to enjoy.
Maniototo farmer turned fashion collector, Eden Hore was a man with a vision. His captivating story of daring to be different in the 1970s is just as entertaining and inspiring now.
Jonny Hall is always turning his hand to something. We find out about his varied career and his latest venture into the illuminating world of lighting.
Ōtautahi-based creative and gardening enthusiast Julia Atkinson-Dunn shares some sage advice from her new book Flowers for Friends.
Mastering multi-media art decades before it was the norm, Joanna Margaret Paul’s career has been given its retrospective dues thanks to a travelling exhibition.
Kiwi-born star of screens both big and small, Rebecca Gibney’s latest role is one that’s both close to her heart, and to her homebase, as a resident of Dunedin.
Ready and waiting to tour her latest album, former Lyttelton local Reb Fountain is amped to perform her authentic, genre-bending songs live again.
As 2021 comes to a close, we ask Kiwis with Canadian, Filipino and Argentinian heritage to reflect and share their festive traditions.
We’re so excited to bring you a special section just for teens and tweens these holidays. Plus, we've got some online-only content to keep you ticking over.
As part of the SCAPE Public Art Season 2021, new installations by two South Island female artists honour the past and their botanic surroundings.
Known for producing bold yet dreamy paintings, Clare Reilly’s latest creation casts an artist’s eye over her own life. Interspersing Clare’s art with her fascinating story, the book Eye of the Calm holds lessons for us all.
After two iconic decades, the upcoming exhibition will be the last. Ady Shannon talks with two of the local artists who’ll feature.
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